Martin Davis, CPP, CIPM
Martin Davis is an accomplished client advisor, thought leader and public speaker with more than 28 years of experience in the security, pharmaceuticals, high-end retail, executive protection and management consulting industries.
Leveraging extensive experience with employee relations and Jamaica business audits, Martin assists companies seeking guidance on standardizing operating procedures (SOPs) and labor escalations. His broad areas of expertise include many aspects of corporate security such as contract security services; retail, commercial and residential security operations; surveillance; access control; security training; closed-circuit television (CCTV); and loss prevention. Martin’s career has also involved key roles in crisis and emergency management as well as risk assessments.
Throughout his career, Martin has held leadership positions with SOS Security LLC, SOSGuardsman and National Association for Information Destruction (NAID). As Senior Vice President at SOS, he was responsible for operations in multiple states, for over 15,000 weekly hours throughout the Midwest. He was involved in all aspects of security including for high-end retail, telecommunications, banking, manufacturing, high-rise and residential industries. Martin also has experience in executive protection.
Martin is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM), as well as a CompTIA Security+ IT Security Consultant. Martin is also a Certified NAID Auditor and a Certified PSTN Trainer. He also specializes in Diversity Awareness Training for security personnel in Fortune 500 companies and other enterprise environments.
He attended the Union County College Associates Program with a focus in computer science and economics.
He is a member of the New Jersey State Law Enforcement Officers Association (NJSLEO), ASIS and African American Security Executives (AASE). In addition, Martin is the author of the book Are We There Yet? The Ultimate Challenge and has been featured on numerous media outlets to discuss the challenges and directives addressed in his book.